Bellerbys College blog

  • Students concentrating in the classroom

    How to choose a university

    Posted 09 December 2019

    After graduating from Bellerbys College, university is often the next step for many of our students, and all at once there are a lot of decisions to make. We give advice on how to choose the right course at the right university for you.


  • Bellerbys students in a science class

    What is a pre university course?

    Posted 15 May 2017

    Every year admissions to UK universities become more competitive. With a wide number of students from all over the globe competing for a place, it’s never been more important to ensure you have the requisite skills and grades to enable you to pursue the career you want at the university you’ve chosen. Get your UK university journey off to the best possible start with a pre-university course.


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    What do UK universities look for in applicants?

    Posted 01 May 2017

    Completing your UCAS application is a big task so we spoke to Sebastian Baker, A level Programme Manager at Bellerbys College Brighton, to find out what UK universities look for and to get his top tips for success.


  • A student outside Lancaster University

    Top 10 Bellerbys university destinations in the UK

    Posted 21 March 2017

    Bellerbys College works with over 70 UK universities - that’s more than any other international college in the UK. This means you'll have a fantastic choice of progression routes once you’ve completed your studies with us.


  • Students in an english class

    One year courses to get to university

    Posted 24 February 2017

    If you want to attend a prestigious UK university, chances are you already know how competitive it is to gain a place. Whether you plan to study Medicine, Music, Maths, or IT, you can stand-out and get a head-start by taking a one-year foundation course with an international college that not only has a reputation for excellence, but also has the facts to back it up. 




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